|We enjoyed singing about the |
water of life. I think of these two
as our "theme songs," so to speak.
After breakfast, we headed off to the cathedral for the Eucharist. I had heard that there would be a group from Massachusetts there, but you know it's a big state with a lot of Episcopalians (at least compared to Indiana, where I grew up). So who should I see as I got out of the car but a friend from seminary as well as another priest I know, along with some of their parishioners. What a wonderful surprise it was to see them.
|photo thanks to Fr. Mark|
from his blog about his Haiti mission trips:
We had a chance to show them the spot where the convent once was, and then we all headed over to the Foyer Notre Dame, our home for elderly women with no one to care for them. It was good to show them around and tell a little bit about our work there.
|from a family web-based album|
I'm loving these photos!
(Thanks for sharing this, P!)
It's been a good day. I am very much here in Haiti and glad to be - and I'm also happy to have had these connections today. Definitely a "both/and" that I can appreciate.